Work begins on new Family Medicine Center at Glen Cove Hospital

Reaching Glen Cove Hospital’s Family Medicine Center from the hospital’s main entrance requires a quarter-mile trek through an underground tunnel. Located on the ground floor at the rear …

Departing council members say goodbye at final meeting

It was a bittersweet moment at Glen Cove City Hall when local residents expressed their gratitude toward the exiting members of the City Council during the council’s final meeting on Dec. …

Will third time be the charm?

Although members of the Glen Cove City School District Board of Education were distraught after the district’s second attempt to pass a bond failed in October, the board wasted no time in …

Shooting to benefit Crohn’s Disease research

Harrison Gillman has never been one to seek attention. Although he is not shy about talking about his battle with Crohn’s Disease, he doesn’t enjoy the spotlight. That’s why it was …

Regeneron semifinalists named, including 36 from Long Island

Three hundred semifinalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search were announced Wednesday afternoon, and 36 seniors from Long Island high schools — including seven from the Heralds’ coverage area — were among the mix.

Giving back at home and abroad

In 2015, Lia Di Angelo, of Glen Cove, decided to convert her birthday from a day about her into a celebration for other people. As her Dec. 18 birthday approached that year, she explained, her …

Parents call for Glen Cove School board president to resign

As she watched the Glen Cove City School District’s proposed $78 million bond fail on Oct. 22, Maria Venuto said, she decided she had had enough. Venuto, a former member of the district’s …

Corrected: There's nothing to fear in bail-reform law

New York state’s new, long-overdue bail reform law, which passed last April and took effect Jan. 1, is desperately needed. Changes to the law were last made in 1971. Requiring anyone and …

Editorial

Hatred has no place on L.I. in 2020

New York saw a spike in hate crimes directed at the Jewish community toward the end of 2019 — during Hanukkah, of all times. It was particularly disturbing . . .

Scott Brinton

In 2020, let’s resolve to save L.I.’s aquifers

In January 2018, officials in Cape Town, South Africa, issued a dire warning: In three months, the city of 4 million people would run out of water unless urgent conservation action was taken. The city was fast counting down to what officials called “Day Zero.”

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